All of you who have visited with me during my months back here in North America know that I have really struggled with the ‘what’s next’ question.
This victory comes at a time when the NW and SW regions of Cameroon are in need of some good news.
Since we’ll be in the English side of the country, though, we are actually learning the Fulfulde language, the language of the Fulbe people we will be working with.
It is said that a journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step. For us, each day is another step closer to our thousand-mile journey to Brazil.
The last few months have been packed with Christmas and community events at church, school, and reaching out to our neighborhood.
Calvin spent three weeks back in Cameroon as planned in late November. Though the civil unrest curtailed some of the meetings and seminars planned.
In January, Ricardo Ayala (Field Coordinator in Chicago) conducted a church planting workshop in Chimaltenango, Guatemala.
The Government has pervasively appointed French magistrates, familiar rather with a French Civil Law system, to preside in these English Common Law courts.
We spent the first couple of weeks getting them settled into the old parsonage house and running all around Romania looking for house furnishing things.
Well, I knew that this past December and January were setting themselves up to be a busy season and they were, just not entirely in the way I was expecting.